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  1. The naming scheme for Uranus's moons
  2. Astronomy Humor
  3. NASA Baffled.. Magnetic Field Breach
  4. Axial tilts of the largest moons
  5. Note on Expanding Space
  6. Scientists plan to create "mini star"
  7. Thunder Would Sound High-Pitched On A Gas Gaint?
  8. Why Haven't Gas Gaints Been Photographed At The Limb To View Cloud Structure?
  9. China building world's largest radio telescope
  10. C/2007 N3 (Lulin) has emered into the morning sky
  11. Redshift/GRB Anticorrelation
  12. Milky Way much bigger than thought
  13. Toronto Transit Ads
  14. My first Binos
  15. Mystery Roar
  16. Astronomers Find New 'Runaway' Stars
  17. My personal promotion of the 2009 International Year of Astronomy
  18. Brightest Moon of 2009 Tonight! Media Warning - High Bandwidth Required
  19. July 22 Solar Eclipse; need advice on how to see it
  20. Promotion of the International Year of Astronomy
  21. How many galaxies
  22. 'English Galileo' maps on display
  23. Gas in a vacuum
  24. Our world may be a giant hologram
  25. Asteroid Flyby - Potentially Hazardous
  26. Fireball over northern Germany
  27. 6th Biennual Astronomical Challenge
  28. Moon rock shows magnetism
  29. Why is it that when a new big KBO is announced...
  30. SEEN 1-17-09, Vedauwoo WY
  31. Hello from Greece - getting started in radioastronomy
  32. Astonomical size comparison.
  33. Far side of the moon once faced Earth before asteroid flipped it around
  34. 3D Modeling Shakes Up Planetary Formation Theory
  35. supernova redshift
  36. IYA2009 at the Virtual Telescope
  37. Habitable zones in close K5V binaries
  38. Transiting rocky planet detected
  39. Fireball Alert
  40. Systems with warm or cool Jupiters may harbor life
  41. Heard it on The History Channel
  42. New Video
  43. Who cares about the fourth dimension?
  44. gamma ray bursts may have already hit Earth
  45. Most powerfeul GRB ever detected
  46. Spectacular Hubble image of spiral galaxy in Coma Cluster
  47. type 1a supernovae in near-infrared as standard candles
  48. Sun's metallicity revised?
  49. Alpha Centauri orbit
  50. blue shift galaxies
  51. Potentially Hazardous Asteroid
  52. Virgo super cluster
  53. Question about Second Generation Stars
  54. Daytime fireball over Texas
  55. The South Atlantic Anomaly
  56. Extrasolar Neptune-Pluto Analogue Discovered
  57. Planetary Society Needs New Direction?
  58. more cold gas found in galactic halos?...
  59. OK, now I know why Pluto is not a planet.
  60. The Helix Nebula again
  61. Asteroid 2009 DD45
  62. How much damage would Apophis do if collided in 2036?
  63. It's all a matter of perspective...
  64. Need info on astronomy citation format
  65. Pro light pollution website???
  66. Does Dark Energy Really Exist?
  67. Sound Doppler vs. Light Doppler
  68. Are we on the verge of a paradigm shift re:gravity?
  69. Talk to the JPL asteroid trackers: March 25, 23:30 UTC
  70. Gravitational waves: the answer is 42
  71. Michelson-Morley...vs Asimov
  72. Name Orcus' moon.
  73. Solar System models - No Jupiter.
  74. Recovered Pieces of Asteroid Hold Clues to Early History
  75. Lyrid Meteor Shower
  76. 100 Hours of Remote Astronomy, coming next week!
  77. Damage predicted for Apophis (video)
  78. Beta Pic B "detected" in 1981 already?
  79. Help verify these images please!
  80. Universe's age erased from science standards
  81. Spiral arms propelled by supernovae?
  82. Most influential Space Images
  83. A Lenticular Galaxy Reveals Spinning Black Hole
  84. Sagittarius A
  85. Zadko Telescope in WA
  86. Looking for table of Galaxies, distances and velocities
  87. Gingin Observatory
  88. Mysterious planet: Theia
  89. "The Hand of God"
  90. Solar Eclipse July 22, 2009
  91. Neptune first cycle since discovery.
  92. When will we need to correct the Gregorian calendar?
  93. The stars we don't see!
  94. Astronomers Discover Local Star's Cool Companion
  95. The Sun is dimming
  96. Automated Planet Finder in the news
  97. This just in - a GRB at redshift 9???
  98. magnetic fields conserve neutron stars
  99. new constriants on electron-neutrino mass
  100. Astrophilately and IYA 2009
  101. Monkey Business with Monkey Head Nebula
  102. I think why Titan has so much air
  103. How long to freeze Venus's atmosphere?
  104. Study plunges standard Theory of Cosmology into Crisis
  105. Astrometric redshifts
  106. RIP Venitia Phair
  107. The sound of the Universe singing
  108. Hubble Mystery Object Still Not Explained
  109. Sun not affecting Global Warming
  110. Link to theory for Moon's formation --Lecuture by emminent mathematician/theoretician
  111. gas, ice and rock
  112. Nearby asteroid found orbiting sun backwards
  113. Cooking Up Comet Crystals
  114. Origin of iron asteroids?
  115. The Sun
  116. how hot can a planet get?
  117. Discovery Challenges Galaxy Formation Theories
  118. Astronomers find pulsar 'missing link'
  119. Astronomers deserving of project fame?
  120. Nasa Ambassadors
  121. How come that 160-foot-wide asteroid did not hit mars last year ?
  122. 11-Year old graduates from LA College
  123. Vaas 2009
  124. Betelgeuse! Betelgeuse! Betel-- BOOM!
  125. Micro-Lensing Detects Extra-Galactic Planet
  126. Progress Toward Theory of Everything?
  127. Schoolboy survives direct hit by meteorite travelling at 30,000mph
  128. The story of Joseph von Fraunhofer and the first German Equatorial Mount
  129. Incoming Space Rocks Now Classified
  130. Gravity wave detection with pulsars
  131. Is there an official definition of light?
  132. Once in a Lifetime Event
  133. Change in period of lunar month
  134. Chemical Evidence of a Merger in the SMC
  135. WFPC CCD calibration correction
  136. Herschel space observatory is operational
  137. Deep Space radio telescope array.
  138. Calendar
  139. Enceladus' watery composition - Controversy
  140. Naming planets
  141. Sunpots Caused by KBO Impacts?
  142. Astronomical Phenomena And Mass Extinctions: A Review
  143. Gliese867d..recipe for a slow planet
  144. What stars are in the Local Interstellar Cloud?
  145. Anything interesting happeining in the next 32 to 320 billion years?
  146. Is there a reason we see so many globulars in Sagittarius (toward galaxy's centre)?
  147. gamma ray bursts
  148. Is it possible that some black holes absorb anti-matter?
  149. 2009/07/22 Total solar eclipse
  150. The Sun Has Spots, Finally
  151. Dark Matter and the Multiverse
  152. Galileo discovered Neptune!
  153. Magazine for Advanced Amateur
  154. Anti matter galaxys
  155. Quick Demo needed
  156. new spot on Jupiter- possible collision
  157. Celestia is scary
  158. Aurora Activity Now!
  159. Thirty Meter Telescope (Hawaii)
  160. Red satellite ?
  161. What's on Earth tonight?
  162. Periods of Bodies in Solar System
  163. a new model for Gamma Ray Bursts' afterglows
  164. Star Maps
  165. Black Holes Absorbing Eachother
  166. Green Peas
  167. Project Longshot
  168. Experts Puzzled By Spot On Venus!
  169. Planetary nebula discovered in Sagittarius
  170. cloudynights forum
  171. Ngc 6826
  172. On the Rotation of the Earth
  173. Observing the Perseid's in VA
  174. Plains of Titan to be Named for "Dune" Novels
  175. Another newly discovered LARGE NEO
  176. UFO on BBC Regional T.V
  177. Any Pluto/Planet/controversy news from the IAU?
  178. Something bizarre happened at Saturnís F ring.
  179. Need FACTS about galactic equator and solar system
  180. Moon of Titan storm clouds
  181. Just seen my second Fireball
  182. Study for an Astronomical LinkBlog
  183. Jupiter moon shadows
  184. Null result for LIGO
  185. Can anyone explain why the sun don't have sunpots for almost 42 days straight?
  186. Tho power of collective mirrors
  187. The first Crater on Titan?
  188. Question about Albedo?
  189. Searching for Exoplanet Moons
  190. Fire Threat to Mt. Wilson Observatory
  191. Let's Say You Had a Massive Database of Mars Craters - What Could You Do?
  192. dusty Cepheids
  193. If a rainbow is a solar spectra why can't we see Fraunhofer lines?
  194. not quite...
  195. Sunspots could be dissapearing!!
  196. Observing M31
  197. Oldest possible Population 1 (high metallicity) stars
  198. Octahedran supercluster structure
  199. a "SLIP" of the tongue
  200. Cosmology without dark matter or dark energy
  201. Earth hunting...
  202. Found, extrasolar rocky planet
  203. Peaceful..
  204. solar max 1958
  205. Great Lakes Star Gaze
  206. Looking forward to 2011
  207. a new look at type 1a supernovae in spiral galaxies
  208. Abell 370, then and now, gravitational lens
  209. Black rings
  210. Cosmic Rays Hit Space Age High
  211. Indications for the existence of a new type of gamma ray burst?
  212. Sombrero Galaxy speed.
  213. The damp side of the moon
  214. soft gamma ray telescope
  215. Spitzer shows new far reaching ring around Saturn
  216. Music of the Spheres
  217. Is there a larger subgroup between the Local Group and the Virgo Supercluster?
  218. type II standard candles
  219. dust in your eye
  220. What color is Alioth?
  221. Ring Around the Heliosphere
  222. Meteorite hits SUV.
  223. Cepheid pronunication?
  224. RR Lyrae (derviation of Rs)
  225. Star Catalog Updates
  226. stationary Flashing light in sky
  227. X-ray line morphologies in supernova remnants
  228. Gizmos and Gadgets for Gamma Rays
  229. Pending Problems in Quasars
  230. Meteor fall in Latvia(?)
  231. toast your bagels on this heat source
  232. dark energy stuff...
  233. Physicists Calculate Number of Parallel Universes
  234. The Nature of Dark Energy - Baryon Acoustic Oscillation
  235. 50 kiloton explosion over Indonesia
  236. Fermi speaks hazily about gamma rays
  237. Physicist Makes New High-resolution Panorama of MW
  238. The Milky Way like you're never seen it before
  239. A Really Cool Video
  240. APOD: A Ghostly Apparition
  241. APOD: The Average Color of the Universe
  242. First Full computer Simulation of Type Ia Supernovae
  243. some spaces are more equal than others
  244. CMB aligned with ecliptic poles at ~ 9 sigma
  245. GRB's.... back to the blackboard
  246. Career in astronomy
  247. "Not All Planets Are As Friendly As Ours" - Very Interesting Article
  248. M83 with new eyes from HST!
  249. MW Galactic Center
  250. subluminous type1a supernovae from WD mergers